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Jose L. Piedra Brevas

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Jose L. Piedra Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Format:Brevas JLPRing:42
Weight:8,63 gr.Score:6.3
Presentation: Bundle of 25 cigars

Average user rating

Review #58: The lowest priced Cuban cigar I have come across is also surprisingly one of the most aromatically evolving to smoke. Had with a big mug of strong, acid-free Brazilian coffee and the duet was extremely complimentary. The Breva passing hints of coco, moca and coffee as the stick progressed and the coffee growing richer, as my moustache filled with smoke. The box of five that I bought said "Totalmente a mano." So, I will assume this site's lead description saying this cigar is machine-made reflects an outdated post; and that J.L.P has since gone to hand finishing these beauties. In the past, I have complained about Cubanos being like "The Emperor's New Clothes," in as far as cost-to-value ratio is concerned, but these Brevas are the best Cuban value I have found! - Submitted by Brasileiro on June 20, 2009

Review #57: AUG 06 LOG 8/06 Everyone wants to smoke a Cohiba or a Monte, but this petit corona is a GREAT cigar, and you can't beat the price. It burned evenly, never had to relight, plenty of wood tones, will buy another box - Submitted by LOMNHERNANDEZ on May 5, 2009

Review #56: Petrol, cacao, good to have on a boat on open sea. DoesnŽt improve in anything. Good with vodka. - Submitted by petrir on April 28, 2009

Review #55: I had one last night. Very good cigar bearing in mind its price (US$2, in argentina). Good burn although its draw was not that good. - Submitted by chinostone on February 25, 2009

Review #54: Not bad cigar with beer.Earthy green smoke, raw, sharp taste of tobbaco. - Submitted by kml on February 9, 2009

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